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Set in swinging London, the provocative films in this three-pack feature a decidedly 1960s vibe. ZETA ONE: This Sexploitation flick from the swinging London era is just the sort of sexy kitsch that AUSTIN POWERS so accurately spoofed. Directed by the cult filmmaker Michael Cort, ZETA ONE is based on a story from a magazine of the era called ZETA. Special Agent James Word is embroiled in an investigation of a race of voluptuous super-bombshells led by a zaftig sexpot called Zeta. The beauty abducts pretty young women from Earth and brainwashes them into wearing next to nothing and aiding her in her desire to take over the world.YELLOW TEDDYBEARS: Each member of a schoolgirl club decides to wear a small yellow teddybear pin every time they lose their virginity. The drama unfolds as the leader of the gang thinks she has become pregnant by her local window cleaner boyfriend. She has nowhere to turn for help, and to make matters worse a teacher at the school has discovered the significance of the yellow teddybears.SECRETS OF A WINDMILL GIRL: London's historic Windmill Theater became famous as the only London establishment that stayed open throughout the WWII Blitz. at the time it offered live entertainment that mixed comedy with semi-nude burlesque dancing. SECRETS OF A WINDMILL GIRL captures the excitement of London in the mid-60s, while telling the tale of the brutal demise of Windmill's star performer from the perspective of her best friend. All of the stage scenes use the theater's real dancers to give viewers a taste of what the Windmill was like way back when.